JOHNSON CITY, TN- Following his historic performance last Saturday at Western Carolina, ETSU sophomore guard Patrick Good (Johnson City, Tenn.) netted Southern Conference Player of the Week honors, announced the league office on Tuesday.
Good, who set a school record with 11 made three-pointers in the 91-69 win over the Catamounts in Cullowhee, N.C., scored a career-high 35 points in 28 minutes of action. The Buccaneer guard became the 16th player in program history to score at least 35 points in a game – a feat that has been accomplished 34 times in the 100-year history of Buccaneer basketball.
Good’s 11 made threes are tied for the third-most by a Division I player this season, while they are the most put up against a Division I program in 2018-19. Furman’s Jordan Lyons and Robert Morris’ Josh Williams each totaled 15 threes earlier this season – both coming against non-Division I teams. The 11 threes are also the third-most recorded by a sophomore in NCAA Division I history.
This marks Good’s first SoCon weekly honor, while it’s the third time this season ETSU men’s basketball has garnered the award.
Good and the Bucs embark on a two-game SoCon road swing beginning Thursday night at Samford. Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m. ET inside Pete Hanna Center.
Courtesy: East Tennessee State Athletics